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Howe family

Overview
Works: 44 works in 47 publications in 1 language and 46 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Sources  Genealogy  Catalogs  Biography  Aerial photographs 
Roles: Author
Classifications: Z1036,
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Most widely held works by Howe family
Buffum/Howe family papers( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, photos, and other papers of three generations of the Buffum and Howe families, residents of Keene, N.H., including Reginald F. Howe (1896-1981), photographer and founder of Wireless Association of Keene, his wife, Helen Clark Howe (1901-1980), and father, also a photographer, Fred E. Howe. Includes information relating to Reginald Keene's photographic business, Granite State Studios; and photos (ca. 1940s) of the family, city of Keene, Silver Lake, and Harrisville, N.H
Joseph Samuel Mitton family papers by Joseph Samuel Mitton( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection contains newspaper clippings and miscellany (1819-1943, undated), and correspondence to and from Joseph Samuel Mitton and members of the Mitton and allied Howe family, of Kalispell and New Chicago, Mont., Canada, and California. For the most part, the letters deal with family matters
by Juba Howe( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly letters to Howe, his wife, Laura Moore Howe, and their adopted daughter, Mary Howe Murdock, relating to Howe's lumber business, J. and B. Howe (owned with brother, Bela Howe), wool trade, properties owned, service as justice of the peace, Congregational deacon, and financial advisor to many relatives. Includes information concerning his dealings with J. and B. Van Valkenburgh, a firm in Albany, N.Y., in the 1830s; and letters to Mary Howe Murdock from relatives who had moved west. Persons represented include his father, Job L. Howe
Howe family papers by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, journals, compositions and other papers of Samuel Gridley Howe and Julia Ward Howe, and materials relating to other Howe family members
C.L.S.C. (Chautaqua Literary and Scientific Circle) by Cranston & Stowe( Book )

1 edition published in 1888 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family pictures, papers, and memorabilia
Howe family papers by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family correspondence relating to land, family matters, and other subjects; some mention of the Pomeroy family and the Machan family
Howe family papers by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Account books record transactions of various family members whose occupations included general storekeeper, minister, printer, postmaster, telephone exchange and gas-station owner, and document the transactions of community businesses and individuals, some of whom were women involved in the beginnings of the local palm leaf hat and mat industry
by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection of Howe family papers from 1775 to 1845, includes four account books and a folder of miscellaneous papers from 1775 to 1822, including: a notebook of poems and addresses, patriotic and religious in nature, written and read by Solomon Howe at Dartmouth from 1775 to 1777; Solomon Howe's 1778 notebook containing a few personal accounts, and notations about printing matters; and a 1777 letter written by Solomon Howe to the Continental Congress suggesting greater use of the country's natural resources
Frances Erskine Inglis Calderón de la Barca papers with Howe and other family papers by Calderón de la Barca( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Robins family papers primarily concern the Johnston Robins and John Robins (J. J. Robins Merchants) mercantile shipping business in New York City and the Caribbean (circa 1799-1802). This line of the family is related to Walter Bruce Howe (1879-1954) who married Mary Wortham Carlisle (1882-1964). Also included are details about the discovery of these papers and about the family in Bruce Howe's unpublished manuscript, item (141). These papers include correspondence (most with complete typescript transcripts), a linen bag in which the papers were housed, and photostats of prints of New York City from the early 1800s
Photostat of title-page and genealogical records from a Howe family Bible by Howe family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Roxbury, Vermont family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of assorted family correspondence, receipts, ledgers and diaries, in addition to Roxbury school district records, Grange and Old Home Sunday records, and a history of East Hill, Roxbury. They were retrieved from a house in Roxbury and represent, in large part, the records and correspondence of the families that occupied the house. The majority of the material comes from the Hervey A. Howe family, the Darmus Snow family, and the Ira Flint/Nellie Flint Culver families
Papers by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers (1686-1848) including letters, deeds, receipts, genealogies, documents pertaining to the settlement of estates, and wills, of the Howe and related Battelle, Clark, Gay, Hunt, Paul, and Stow families of Dedham, Mass., together with typescripts of two books by Henry Forbush Howe, "Massachusetts; There She is Behold Her" (1960) and "Rivers of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth."
Papers of the Julia Ward Howe family by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, speeches, and writings of Julia Ward Howe and her daughters, including a manuscript draft of Howe's memoirs
Howe, Richards, and Robinson family papers by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection documents all three families and Gardiner, Maine. Includes correspondence, compositions, photograph, and notebooks of verse
by E. W Howe( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes letters written to Edward and Adeline Howe discussing Edward Howe's writing, the discontinuation of E.W. Howe's monthly magazine, solicitations for autographs, and a note from the Calumet Magazine asking him to write an article about his experiences writing The Story of a Country Town. Also discussed are personal finance issues, including tax returns and business papers, and researchers asking for information on E.W. Howe. Collection also contains last will of E.W. Howe, postcards, proof of shares in McCormick Distilling Company, various newspaper clippings, a manuscript entitled Disappearance of Old West, various photographs of the Howe family, postcards featuring E.W. Howe, and a decorative wall hanging
by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers include genealogical materials collected by George R. Howe for John M. Reid's "Filial Tribute to the Memory of Rev. John Moffat Howe (1889). Included are letters of instruction and other military papers of Major Bezaleel Howe (1750-1825), who served as George Washington's bodyguard during the Revolution. Other family genealogies include: Jenkins, Bernard, Moffat, Barber, Rowland, Houghton, and Kip
by Howe family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes: letters to Maud Howe Elliott, to Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards, and to Julia Ward Howe; 1863 diary of JWH; translations of The battle-hymn of the republic; and a composition by JWH, John A. Albion
Howe-Fogg family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Howe family of Haverhill, Mass. and Fogg family of New Hampshire and Chicago, Ill. Fogg family papers consist of letters from James Pecker Fogg, his wife Emily Ware Fogg, and his brother Josiah Fogg, Jr. (b. 1811) to their parents and others, 1834-1837, about family and business matters; a trip from Boston to Savannah, Ga. and Jacksonville, Fla.; slavery, including the separation of a slave family in Jacksonville; and the Second Seminole War, including a description of Chief Osceola (May 1837). The collection also contains papers of Francis Saltonstall Howe, 1848-1878. Howe married Frances "Fanny" Jane Fogg, the daughter of James P. Fogg. Included are letters from his father Isaac Redington Howe about his education at Harvard; correspondence with his mother Sarah Saltonstall Howe and his sister Mary Howe Carleton about family matters; papers related to Harvard and his law career; and a large number of courtship letters to and from Fanny J. Fogg, ca. 1865 but mostly undated. Additional family papers include letters of Francis' daughters, Mary Ware Howe (later Straus) and Caroline Howe (later Packard)
Johnson-Howe family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Johnson and Howe families, 1830-46, include letters to and from Charlotte, Theodocia (later Howe), and Nathaniel L. Johnson of Dana and Enfield, Mass., and Elizabeth (called Eliza) Hovey Johnson of Boston and Cohasset, Mass.; original and manuscript copies of poetry; and an invoice to Theodocia for fabric and sewing materials. Letters pertain to daily life in Dana and Enfield, Mass., including Theodocia's teaching career, Charlotte's sewing, Nathaniel's store, and activities and social events of other friends and family
 
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